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HTC Source | February 18, 2018

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The upcoming HTC Desire 12 will include a 5.5-inch 18:9 display

February 16, 2018 |

It’s been a while since HTC has released a Desire phone. Some were hoping that HTC had finally killed off the budget-friendly sub-brand since cheaper devices like the HTC U11 Life did a good job of filling that category. But, … Read More

HTC U12 shown off with 5G gigabit LTE

February 12, 2018 |

HTC isn’t expected to release the upcoming HTC U12 until sometime in Q2 of this year, but that didn’t stop the company from showing off the device at a Chunghwa Telecom 5G demo event in Taiwan. The HTC U12 in … Read More

How to Turn your HTC Smartphone Into a Laptop

February 8, 2018 |

Although we don’t usually think of them like this, smartphones are in fact pocket-sized computers. Today’s leading phone models come with eight CPU cores, tons of RAM and storage space, and pretty much everything else a traditional computer has except … Read More

HTC U11 get a $100 Valentine’s Day discount

February 1, 2018 |

HTC has announced a handful of discounts to help you celebrate Valentine’s day. At $650, the HTC U11 is still one of the cheapest flagship smartphones from 2017, but the company is hoping to entice you a bit more with … Read More

HTC U11 EYEs unveiled with dual front-facing cameras

January 15, 2018 |

As promised, HTC is officially back in the dual-camera smartphone race. But of course, it’s not exactly what we were expecting. The HTC U11 EYEs has officially been unveiled, delivering a mid-range smartphone with the looks of the HTC U11+ … Read More

HTC U11 EYEs specs, pictures, price and launch date leak

January 12, 2018 |

Leave is to Evan Blass to give us all the details of the upcoming HTC U11 EYEs. According to his latest leak, the HTC U11 EYEs will be unveiled on January 15 and will be selling for ¥3,290 or roughly $510 … Read More

Push it to the limit: benchmarking the HTC U11

January 4, 2018 |

Pushing technology to the absolute boundaries of its limitations are exactly what’s gotten us to where we are now. Without a constant check on our hardware and how far it’s able to bend before snapping, we’ll never know what we’re … Read More